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carry him. i would like to welcome a first time guest. he is patrick mill sap, rm -- former chief of staff of newt gingrich's campaign. and he is considered a fruit basket. my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and if comedic genius was a dresser he would fall apart when you bang him. sherrod small. >> thank you, gregory. >> thank you. >> i have so much to say, but i am so an dree -- aping gree. >> and good to see you, pinch. >> today the -- lincoln leads les miserables. it is poppy-cock with a side order of balderdash. ♪ i dreamed a stream ♪ in times gone by ♪ when hope was high ♪ and life was living >> wow. you guys want to go to something? there you go. >> the whole point of bringing up the bus tour is to remind people that i will be on a bus tour. it begins in oklahoma city on december 15th. and then i hit wichita, falls and wood lands and grapevine and plano, waco, tyler. go to greg gutfeld.com and you can find out more about it this week. you have to go, really you do. >> can i ask a question? >> sure. >> is that the actual size of the bus? >> i would laugh hystericall
. and patrick murphy will enter the war room. and then how about that, clinton for mayor. win tower for ambassador? we'll separate the pipe dreams from the possible. it's "the war room" on tuesday night. we're justststststststststststststststststststststststststst you know who is coming on to me now? you know the kind of guys that do reverse mortgage coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? at cepacol we've heard people are going to extremes to relieve their sore throats. oh, okay, you don't need to do that. but i don't want any more of the usual lozenges and i want new cooling relief! ugh. how do you feel? now i'm cold. hmm. this is a better choice. new cepacol sensations cools instantly, and has an active ingredient that stays
has ♪ ♪already struck back, ruthlessly, by adducting young jim patrick ♪from one of the ranchers. to hold as a hostage for their vicious leader ♪ ♪every rancher in the country is up in arms. every rancher that is, but two ♪ new comers to this part of the west. fred vance and his wife mary. we can't stop here, mary, we're not far enough away from the last place. oh, fred, it's such beautiful country. and look. perfect spot to build our new home. we could risk it. we have got to stop wasting our time. please? well, it is beautiful country and i heard that the land was for sale. but you know what it means to the neighbors if they find out who i am. well, we could always change our name. no, mary. i'm proud of my name. i've done nothing to make us ashamed of it. stays the same. no matter where we settle, no matter what the consequences. now do ya still wanna build here or do we move on? i wanna build here, fred. alright, mrs. vance! this is where we set up housekeeping. we start right now. our new home site! i'm gonna love it here, fred. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ tonto, we ha
, so i wanted to make sure to introduce and congratulate patrick otiline who has come aboard to take care of this incredible responsibility. patrick, thank you very much for being here today. [applause] i will note that currently the caps program is lodged under city mmptdor's office and a conversation i had when i was city administrator and we wanted to put it at a place, but it is there for now, but with patrick's help we will make sure that program flourishes at the right place and with all the different resources that we have to have along with my commitment we will have appropriate legislation in due time when we are ready when placed out before the voters what we require but we will do that in collaboration and not talking out because it is expensive and we know lives are at stake and we have to do it the right way and have a program that will work for everybody. now, i also want to say to you that there has been a person certainly in my own career as a public servant that has been impactful. i met rear admiral john banoff in 89 after the earthquake. he was still with the na
. coming up next, your maryland lottery numbers, and dr. patrick allen answers your pet questions. e-mail them to pet questions, wbal, 3800 hooper avenue, baltimore, maryland, 21211 -- baltimore, maryland, 21211 -- petquestions@wbaltv.com it's about getting fios. that moment after you finally got it, that you actually get it. when you can see blades of artificial grass in their full glory, you get it. or the first time you download a two-hour movie in two minutes, you get it. because once you've got it, you get it. now you can get fios for an amazing price online, just $79.99 a month with a two year agreement. act now and you'll also get $300 back. hurry. this holiday deal ends soon. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities go to got2getfios.com. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. once you've got it, you get it. >> dr. patrick allen is here to answer your pet questions with a sneak morkie -- suite -- sweet morkie. he is really nice. he was skittish at first. nice to have you. let's get to some questions. i love to make christmas cookies and i am always tempted to share them with
how much time? >> how many speakers? >> okay, three minutes. >> my name is jamie patrick and i am here with patrick and company in san francisco. i am speaking on behalf of or as a business owner with retail within the second street corridor, property owner. owning four different properties on the second street corridor. as well as a landlord with restaurants within that second street corridor. my family has been operating a business at that location just after the earthquake. and i can tell you every day, i have been working there 15 years, every day, another coffee place opens on that second street corridor. whether they are specifically coffee, or they have or sell other things, from 6:00 in the morning to 10 in the morning their primary business is coffee. and the more that we take away and add businesses such as a coffee cart or a coffee truck, my fear is that these companies that are paying for property tax, that are paying for high rents are going to go out of business and to me that is a shame. how would someone that only has to pay a small fee and a parking a couple of quarter
at 7.9%. patrick o'keefe, joining us as he does how for most jobs fridays. patrick, very good morning to you you. always good to talk to you on these jobs fridays. bearing it in mind the impact of sandy, are we sort of not reading too much into today's figures? >> sandy is really going to democrat nature the data this month. we've seen that from past weather events that have had really a direct regional hit as we saw in 2005 with katrina and rita hitting the gulf coast. but they both have been so disruptive that we'll see in the national data. i think the consensus forecast is probably a little higher than what we're going to see. i'm expecting that we'll see a net gain of about 40,000, down from the 170,000 we've averaged over the last three months. and the unemployment rate will probably tick up to 8.1%, all of that reflecting sandy's impacts. no change in the underlying trend that we've been on. >> so your forecast is lower just because you think sandy's had a bigger impact than consensus. >> absolutely. when we look back katrina and rita are a good reference point. in the two mont
. >> and if there are any other members of public that would like to speak, please do just line up. >> hi. i am jim patrick, patrick and company in san francisco. i want to go to the agreet agreement with heins. i would like to find out the bullet points. what are the
to speak, please do just line up. >> hi. i am jim patrick, patrick and company in san francisco. i want to go to the agreet agreement with heins. i would like to find out the bullet points. what are the responsibilities and deals made there? to the best of my knowledge is not a public record and wondering if it will be a public record ? thank you. >> thank you. if there are no other members of public that will like to speak, we'll close public comment at this time. [ gavel ] and we'll move on to the regular calendar. >> item no. 17 a presentation of the audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended june 30 120 [#20*-/] 12 and the report to the board of directors. >> thank you. >> and director sarah will present this item. >> good morning again directors. you have been presented with our annual financial report and i am of course pleased that we have again received an unqualified clean opinion. i do want to acknowledge the other tjpa financial staff that you haven't met. they are not at our meetings, but they are instrumental in making sure that we maintain our financial s
booktv. >> and now patrick tyler talks about the influence that israeli military leaders have had in shaping israeli government policy since the country's founding. this is about an hour, 20 minutes. [background sounds] >> good afternoon. welcome to the new america foundation, i'm peter bergen. it's really my pleasure to introduce patrick tyler, a man who doesn't need introduction. he's author of multiple books on china, the middle east and most recently the excellent new book, "fortress israel," which is a really excellent account of the last several decades of the kind of israeli national security establishment and, obviously, of considerable interest right now given the recent events in gaza. in addition to his work as an author, patrick has had a distinguished career at "the new york times" where he was chief correspondent. he was also baghdad bureau chief, london bureau chief, beijing bureau chief, moscow bureau chief, the list goes on and on. and so patrick is going to talk about the big themes of his book for around 20, 25 minutes, and then i'll ask him one or two questions
and acquittal on the grounds of insanity. >> daniel patrick moynihan, great american center, public servant, had a simple suggestion. tax the magazines, the bullets. i do not care how many guns they have. if they cannot fire them, they will not kill people. >> state department takes a big hit on benghazi. >> the state of art and had not given benghazi the security both physical and personnel resources it needed. >> former ambassador thomas pickering, former chair of the accountability review board investigated the attack. the report is the result of three resignation so far. i guarantee that is not the end of this debate. >> i feel a little bit as if, you know when somebody is going down the street and they cut someone off. the other guy is curious and the arab driver says, you are right. that is what happened this week. the state department said you are right. it took the wind out of the sales of the republican conspiracy theorists, i think, someonwhat. a hearing on capitol hill was only one hour long? this one was pretty reasonable. >> still someone in your sales, charles? >> the secretary of
patrick willis. for the first time since 2003, the raiders did not have a player named to the pro bowl. tomorrow in the nation's capital san jose state takes on bowling green in the military bowl. kickoff is noon pacific time. the 24th ranked spartans come in riding a 6-game win streak. he has been sensational for much of the season. he lead the nation in passing accuracy. san jose can move the ball on the ground. he rushed for 992 yards and 10 touchdowns. what can the spartans expect from bowling green? >> really good defensive football team. they are in the top 10 or top 15 in the country. the player of the year in the conference and offensively they are really efficient. they have a third-year quarterback. a quick passing game. they give you a lot of formations. >> should be a good game. san jose state is a 7.5 favorite. it was brought to you by river rock casino. >> i like the spread in that. >> go make a bet. >> thanks. >>> well, coming up next, how one of the stars of "gray's uh gnat mooy," mcdreamy no less, is trying to save a coffee chain and jobs in the bay area. 245 story as
child about the school shooting massacre in connecticut? cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo with how bay area parents are handling the difficult situation in different ways. >> reporter: the blades are on the ice and a chill is definitely in the air. as parents struggle with what to say to the kids the day after one of the worst school massacres in u.s. history. jessica talked with her teens about it but -- >> i think it's better for my 7-year-old to stay innocent of that kind of event. >> enjoy just being a kid. >> it was a hard day and i nearly broke down at work. >> reporter: john took his daughter skating. he said he talked with them gently but directly. >> we definitely talked about it. wanted to make sure they felt safe and they understood that there is evil in the world but we do love them and we will try to protect them any way we can. >> i put myself in those other parents' places where they are going there and their children aren't there anymore. >> reporter: across town at the california academy of sciences, karen nelson is keeping daughter michaela close. >> i just explained
. that's next with bill moller. danica patrick: for the millions living with copd, breathing becomes a real struggle. copd stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, but you may have heard of it as chronic bronchitis or emphysema. over time, it makes it harder and harder to breathe, until you feel like you're breathing through a straw. copd is the 4th leading cause of death in the u.s. it kills one person every 4 minutes, and it took my grandmother. an estimated 24 million americans are affected, but as many as half of them don't even know it. it's a race against time to spread the word about this serious disease. if you're over 35 and have ever smoked, you could be at risk. the good news is, there are steps you can take to improve your symptoms. i'm danica patrick, and i drive4copd. take action today to breathe better tomorrow. join the movement at drive4copd.com. take our screening questionnaire today, and talk to your doctor. you've got the perfect idea - you just need an investor. the government figures there are around 250,000 angel investors out there, all looking for pe
's and i almost married a catherine finerin but it didn't work out. i have a nephew, sean patrick mcflynn. i always question myself because my writing about the irish is really my writing about myself coming to the united states and coming into contact with the united states so consequently my puerto rican friends, and some of my irish friends, although they were more circumspect, what are you doing writing about the irish? i'm writing about the united states. the irish are more interesting. they had to put up with colonialism, just as puerto rico is a colony of the united states. i also respect the fact that they have a facility with language, which i also enjoy. consequently, i wondered why this attraction to the irish. in 2004, the university of puerto rico asked me to come there and lecture and read. i immediately called my favorite cousin, and she said, what are you doing here? i told her and i said, please come to the reading, i have a book for you. she came. she said my son is getting married tomorrow at the caribbean hilton, could you please come? and i went. i hadn't seen her in
, patrick, looking into the crystal ball and tell us about this january 1 monetary nuclear bomb. are we going over the cliff, patrick? >> i think i believe we may not be going over the cliff. i think this week has led me to believe there are the terms of a deal, john. the $800 billion boehner offered, i'm sure he will go up a bit. he won't go to 39% on tax rates. republicans are willing to go to i think 37%. the truth is, republicans are capitulating all along the line here, john. they're more afraid of going over the cliff than obama is. and i fear that the republicans are going to re-establish their reputation as the tax collectors of the welfare state. >> has president obama's position hardened over the past few days. >> i don't know. i am just thinking how sweet it is what pat just sate. i agreed with everything you just said. i think it is always dangerous to be complacent that there is going to be a deal, given the stakes and the hardened political line, but ever since the speaker put revenue on the table, the republicans have been breaking rank, and i think they really don't want
in baltimore. it was on st. patrick's day as the cameras were rolling. one of the attackers is due in court. and we have more live with the story. what is expected to happen today? >> that beating happened here on the steps of mitchell courthouse the place where shanti baldwin will be in court for sentencing. she and three others took place in a robbery and beating. and it was videotaped and went viral on line. police say that baldwin and others beat up a tourist and left him unconscious s a woman is beating the victim with a shoe. a man is beaten and stripped of clothing. people were so enraged by this that the officers received tips to identify the suspect and bring him into custody. three other people were arrested and they have been sentenced. baldwin will be sentenced at 9:30 for that beating on st. patrick's day. she could face three years in prison. sherrie johnson, abc 2 news. >>> the former mayor who was forced to resign is due in court. she is accused of violating probation. the department of corrections said that dixon is more than $13,000 behind on her payments but she is requir
kneel patrick hair -- own neil patrick harris kicks off a month-long celebration on the ellipse featuring 56 trees for each state, territories and d.c., plus santa's workshop. after you stroll through santa's workshop, kids under 12 can come right here to this seat and take a picture with the big man himself free until christmas eve. >> this is a great opportunity to get folks to think a little bit about the time of the year -- a bit about safety. it's the time of the year that safety is important. >> reporter: if you're coming to the ellipse tonight, dress warmly. leaved banned items at home. if you're not coming down, don't worry. we've got you covered. we'll carry it live beginning at 5:00. at the eliption, deal -- at the ellipse, deal deal, 9news. >>> same-sex couples in washington state lined up for marriage licenses overnight. their governor signed the same- sex marriage into law one month after voters approved it. also at the stroke of midnight in washington state, it became legal to smoke marijuana. so hundreds gathered near the space needle in order to light up. while m
truck. >> the story behind the luckiest driver in the world. >> driver's side of the ca danica patrick: for the millions living with copd, breathing becomes a real struggle. copd stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, but you may have heard of it as chronic bronchitis or emphysema. over time, it makes it harder and harder to breathe, until you feel like you're breathing through a straw. copd is the 4th leading cause of death in the u.s. it kills one person every 4 minutes, and it took my grandmother. an estimated 24 million americans are affected, but as many as half of them don't even know it. it's a race against time to spread the word about this serious disease. if you're over 35 and have ever smoked, you could be at risk. the good news is, there are steps you can take to improve your symptoms. i'm danica patrick, and i drive4copd. take action today to breathe better tomorrow. join the movement at drive4copd.com. take our screening questionnaire today, and talk to your doctor. >>> welcome back to the "rtm" 2012 countdown, everybody. top three time, and our number three vi
on the founding fathers. others had written on washington, jefferson, madison, and i'd written on patrick henry, james monroe, james hancock. so i pulled out john f. kennedy's cal woods prize-winning book profiles in courage and their in chapter 1 was john quincy adams. i thought his name begins with a xu chapter 1. that's not the reason he was in chapter 1. john kennedy himself a war hero had listed these characters in order of the degree of courage, and he placed john quincy adams first among the most courageous senators and congressmen in american history. he was not just the sixth president of the united states. he was a congressman as well for 16 years and a center for four years. most americans don't realize he was a congressman. many don't even know he was president. >> by your going to change that. >> yes. he was this enormously courageous congressman. the first congressman to stand up and call for emancipation before lincoln even knew how to spell the word. >> we will get back to emancipation and the abolition movement. someone said to me the other day i have read to biographies of joh
to have to be all of us. >> joining me with more on all of this, patrick j. buick as well as former clinton special counsel davis. the president campaigns on $800 billion in new taxes. he now wants 1.6 trillion. he wants twice the amount, lanny. he wants a blank check and congress to give up its authority as it relates to money and say no, no, let me raise the debt ceiling any time i want. he wants 150 billion in new stimulus but no entitlement cuts at all, no spending cuts at all. now that sounds to me like somebody that's not serious. >> i don't know where to begin to correct some of what you just said, but let me at least start with ronald ra reagan. >> tell me where i'm wrong. >> you're certainly wrong that he didn't campaign to cut 98% of the american people's taxes with the upper 2% paying. he won the election based on that explicit proposal. >> and the house from their election -- the house won their election to stop him. the house also won, lanny. >> 535 congressional districts, most of which have little opposition, exain capture be cao voting for president. >> they did not
opposition, either duval patrick or i spent a good deal of time saturday night with ed markey who would be a phenomenal candidate. ed told me he is seriously considering -- he came close to telling me he would run for senate if kerry gets the nomination. >> jennifer: breaking news! how do you like that! >> bill: i didn't announce it. i'm saying he's seriously considering it. i think he would an phenomenal candidate. >> jennifer: he would. i would say, i don't know him as well as i know duval patrick who is a great -- he would be fabulous too. it would be interesting to see because if there's a vacancy, i think duvall patrick has to appoint somebody like he did when ted kennedy obviously passed away. so does he appoint a placeholder? does he appoint markey? once you're a governor, you wonder whether somebody's interested in being in a legislative branch, anyway. it is so fascinating to see how this shakes out. >> bill: and i hope there's another good job. there's got to be another great job for susan rice. i would
on washington, jefferson, madison and i had written on patrick henry, james monroe, john hancock. so i pulled out john f. kennedy's pulitzer prize-winning book, profiles in courage and daring chapter one was john quincy adams. so i thought his name begins begins with a comma on the season chapter one. but i was not the reason. john kennedy himself a war hero had listed these characters in order of the degree of coverage and he placed john quincy adams first among the most courageous senators and congressmen in american has terry. he was not just the sixth president of the united states. he was a congressman as well for 16 years and a senator for four. most americans don't realize he was a congressman. many don't even know he was president. >> well, you're going to change that. >> yes. he was this enormously courageous congressmen, the first congressman to stand up and call for emancipation before linking even knew how to spell the word. >> will get back to institution in a moment. a friend of mine who is a lawyer said to mean the other day, i read two biographies of john quincy adams. here's
-0 and the seahawks punting to arizona's patrick peterson. he muffs that and the battle rattles around in the hands of malcomb smith for the score. seahawks hammer the cardinals 58-0. seattle is 6-5 at home. >>> it has been over a month since the redskins last lost a game. just what that means to some of the guys in the locker room that have been here the longest when nissan sports xtra continues. this holiday, share everything. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. sharable data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a droid razr m by motorola for $49.99. >>> what a difference a month makes for the burgundy and gold. just four weeks ago the redskins were 3-6 riding a three-game losing streak. in years past the bye week signaled the beginning of the end the past two years under shanahan. this year it's just the opposite. they're 4-0 since the bye. the guys that have been here the longest are soaking in the moment. >> it feels good, man. i'm out of body right now. i'm floating somewhere around here. you're just talking to somebody e
's dan kwa ika patrick tells us about her character on the game. it's coming up on coffee with. please stay tuned, we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. it's 6:29 on this tuesday, december 18th, 2012. i'm jessica kartalija. a live look at m&t bank stadium. nice and clear this morning. wjz has weather and traffic together. let's go to marty. >> let's take a look at how this day is going to square away. 48 on tv hill. that 48 is going to be about a degree warmer than this time yesterday. understand it was 53 an hour and a half ago. we lost a little bit of the over night fog. 58 at lunch. that's going to be your daytime high with sunshine. >>> now over the sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. so far not so bad on the roads. we've cleared up all of our accidents. we're looking at some very minor delays on 95. 95 between the beltway and the tunnel, you might have to tap your brakes. same goes for the west side of the beltway. 42 is now your average with a 15 minute drive time between 795 and 95. there's a look at 95 in and out of the fort mchenry tunnel. som
malignant cells which means more surgery and an uncertain presidency. patrick is joining us, this announcement has a sense of urgency to it, what do you know? >> we having some difficulty? all right, we just lost him. we'll get back with them when we get that signal back. >>> meanwhile, when you hear the term fiscal cliff, you probably think about higher taxes, right? could it also have an impact on what we eat? first, a very good morning to washington dc, a foggy start on this sunday, december 9th.si eenx a month! okay, come with me -- we're gonna save you money. with straight talk at walmart, you get unlimited talk, text and data for only $45 a month per one. would we get the same coverage? same coverage on america's best networks. you saved $146.76 by switching to straight talk. awesome! now you can afford to share your allowance with me. get the season's hottest smartphones like the samsung galaxy s2 and get straight talk with unlimited data for just $45 a month -- from america's gift headquarters. walmart. ♪ time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wan
in the terror wars." >> military historian patrick o'donnell recounts the u.s. army's second ranger battalion's e. company, also known as dog company. the group was composed of 68 men whose military campaigns during world war ii, included landing on the beaches of normandy and the sense of pointe du hoc. it is about 40 minutes and starts now on booktv. >> thank you so much for having me here today. it's great to see so many of my friends here. this is a situation where things have come full circle in many ways. but today is the anniversary of the battle of falluja where i was embedded as a combat historian. on that day i will never forget we went to an aid station that was an al qaeda aid station. there was blood on the floor. it was quite a situation that was interesting but i'll never forget to i like look on the side of the walls. the light had changed. it was obviously a person that was running next to me on the other side of the wall. i had a sense of foreboding. seconds later, a marine was killed, along with a member of the iraq forces that were accompanying us. and it was a very poigna
house is proof that the price of trees has gone through the roof. seattle architect patrick kruger has been a huge fan of the movie "christmas vacation" in which the main character, clark griswold is obsessed with the perfect tree. >> there it is. >> dad, that thing wouldn't fit in your yard. >> it's going in our living room. >> that's kind of what patrick did. his license plate even paying homage to the christmas fixated griswolds. the first free on the roof had a problem your average living room tree doesn't, it blew off. the plywood platform it's on had to be bolted down. true, this is not a new concept. in england and in lincolnwood, illinois, there are grander versions of the same joke with the tree cut in three. >> it's better than this one? >> yours has a charlie brown aspect to it. >> i think it needs me. >> what patrick needs and has is a christmas tree as well as a plump regular one with a star that grazed the ceiling rather than pierces it. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> would have fooled me. jeanne moos always on the lookout for the odd and unusual. thanks. you can spot an
patrick did. his license plate even pays homage to the christmas fixated griswolds. the first tree patrick put up on the roof had a problem your average living room tree doesn't, it blew off. plywood had to be bolted down. this is not a new concept. in england and in lincoln wood, illinois there have been grander versions of the same visual joke with the tree cut in three. >> you're saying it's better than this one? >> yours has a charlie brown aspect to it. >> i think it needs me. >> what patrick needs and has is a kinky christmas tree as well as a nice plump regular one with a star that grazes the ceiling rather than pierces it. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> ho, ho, ho. good night. >>> the great french writer albert camus said life is a sum of all your choices. we are all defined by the decisions we make every day. we make hundreds of them. paper or plastic, chicken or fish. most are mundane and require little thought, but others are agonizing, often life-altering. then there are the decisions made by leaders. some of which have changed the course of history -- for better and some for w
bring in the creator. ♪ >> oh. >> the killer baby and we are thrilled to have patrick who is the creator of this amazing video. his son is the star and there they are. mo hawks this morning. i'm digging the look. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> so, patrick -- >> i don't hear you well. i'm sorry if i might be like -- >> that's okay. we'll speak up. patrick, i have to ask you, how did you come up with this idea? >> well, it's a simple idea. new child playing with a teddy bear. in that case, a dragon and it's just because i can do it actually. i'm a special effects specialist so i just wanted to do it, fun, in fact, and i did one with my daughter two years ago and now i had to do one with him otherwise he would have been jealous in a few years. >> talk to us about how you did it. we actually have some video of the special effects you used. can you walk us through how you got it done. >> well, yeah, actually i design ed it in two scales, one scale for him. the other scale for stunt man, same thing with dragon, then i started shooting the fighting scene in front of a green screen outside
was saying. oh colonel not now later. well what do you got to say for yourself, patrick? oh not much. just the same. well i'll i see ya later. how about having a nice piece of pie with me pat. pie? hey what happened to your friend? he left without paying for the food. he did? yeah. oh well nevermind i'll pay for it. just put it on my tab. okay pat but i don't like to see you get stuck that way. that colonel looked like a faker to me. dale i told you once and i'm telling you again. i can smell a faker a mile off and there ain't nobody putting over anything on me. hi roy. hi dale. what's the matter with you? yeah you looked like you tied into a bear that still had it in for daniel boone. oh them two buzzards over at the bedford mine got a restraining order against me. how's mrs. denton? well she's resting now. i sure hope things get straigtened out for her. they will if i've got anything to do with it. restraing order or no restraing order. come on, pat. shew say maybe next time pete. ♪ hey pat you better take nelliebelle. oh i can't she just b@@@ @ it doesn't seem to be anyone around. no,
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